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PHOTO GALLERY: Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen moves to Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church

Sunday, February 26, 2012 | 9:28 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — The Loaves and Fishes received an upgrade when it moved to its new location at Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church, which has a larger kitchen and dining room than the soup kitchen's previous location. Various organizations and church groups volunteer at the soup kitchen every night of the week.

Volunteers Melissa Stormont, left, and Brent Lewis scoop sweet potatoes onto a plate at the Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen Sunday at its new location at Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church.
Volunteers work together to serve a meal for the Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen Sunday during its first night in its new location at Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church. The new space provides Loaves and Fishes with improved facilities and a larger work area.
Volunteer Melissa Stormont passes a tray of food to Rev. Julia Will during the Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen Sunday in the basement of Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church. Volunteers served lasagna, green beans, sweet potatoes, bread and brownies.
The Rev. Julia Will, a pastor at St. Andrew's Lutheran Evangelical Church, passes a plate to a visitor of the Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen Sunday. The kitchen is open every day and volunteers from various organizations and churches in Columbia take turns staffing the kitchen.
Rose Whittington and Ruth O'Neill prepare the meal before Loaves and Fishes Soup Kitchen's opening night in its new location at Wilkes Boulevard United Methodist Church on Sunday. Volunteers from St. Andrew's Lutheran Evangelical Church hosted Sunday's meal.

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